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Citizenship Classes Begin Jan. 30, Search for Pilot Continues

Here are five things to know today.

Citizenship classes will be offered at Milford Town Library in January and February.
Citizenship classes will be offered at Milford Town Library in January and February.
1. Starting Thursday, Jan. 30, Catholic Charities is providing free citizenship classes at Milford Town Library from 6 to 8 p.m. on Thursdays. Registration is ongoing through February. For more information, call Maddy Hennessy at 508-860-2261 or e-mail atmhennessy@ccworc.org.

2. The search for Pilot, a missing Shepherd mix, will continue Thursday. She was not found overnight, but had been seen several times Wednesday in the area of Fruit Street, Green Street, Route 140 and South Main Street. Fliers for the missing dog are available at Lucky Dogs Dog Daycare, 80 Sumner St.

3. Three candidates for Milford town offices have already returned their papers. Scott Crisafulli, the incumbent Highway Surveyor and Thomas Morelli, incumbent for Sewer Commission, returned papers on Tuesday. Theresa Dias, a new candidate for Tax Collector, returned hers on Wednesday.

4. So far, neither of the incumbent School Committee members whose terms expire this year (Christine Boyle and Rob Lanzetta) have pulled papers to run for re-election. But a new candidate has emerged. Joseph E. Callery, of 13 Violet Cir., pulled papers to run on Tuesday.

5. In Case You Missed It: The MBTA will run special "Football Trains" from South Station in Boston and T.F. Green Airport in Warwick, RI to Foxboro, for the AFC Football Playoff game Saturday.

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